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Court Grants Summary Judgment in Favor of Policyholder Seeking Coverage for the Business E-Mail Compromise (BEC) Scam

USA - September 8 2016 “Business E-mail Compromise” (BEC) scams, which we have previously discussed, are becoming an increasing concern. The FBI’s most recent report in June...

Harry J. Moren.


5 Insurance Issues To Consider In Tech Transactions

USA - August 25 2016 Technology services and software companies frequently face insurance issues when negotiating their intellectual property license or other services...


Insurer Denies Coverage for Regulatory Investigations at Its Own Risk and Gives Up Right to Consent to Settlement

USA - August 8 2016 A New York trial court recently recognized that insurers may not deny coverage for a claim, and then, if the denial was improper, object to a...

Joseph David Trujillo.


Insurer’s Broad Interpretation of Data Breach Exclusion Rejected by Court

USA - August 2 2016 Non-cyber insurance policies often contain exclusions to limit or preclude coverage for data breaches. A Maryland federal district court recently...

Harry J. Moren.


Court Rejects Insurer’s Expansive Reading of Data Breach Exclusion and Undefined Term “Data”

USA - August 1 2016 A federal district court recently rejected an insurer’s broad interpretation of the term “data” as it was used in data breach exclusions in a...

Harry J. Moren.